Kaitlyn Dolan

Parker Booth is one of 2,000 Iroquois people living just south of Syracuse in the Onondaga Nation, and remains dedicated to traditional indigenous ways of life. In an effort to aid his community in preserving their native culture, Parker has dedicated his time to learn and pass the traditions on to others. As a planter, an apprentice, and a father, Parker does all he can to learn as much as he can before the elders with the traditional knowledge are no longer there. 

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